6 Ways Parents Are Contributing To Their Child’s Anxiety

Apr 4, 2016 at 3:10 pm |
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Are we unknowingly contributing to our child's anxiety?

As parents we only want to do what’s right for our children. We do our best to make sure we’re comforting them when they need us and that we’re a firm hand when they need that too, but it’s hard to know if we’re actually being helpful to them when they need us or if we may be causing them more anxiety than they already have.

The last thing we want to do is set unrealistic expectations of our kids, so what’s a parent to do, or rather, not do to help our kids cope with their own feelings of anxiousness?

Keep reading to see what parents are doing that may be contributing to their child’s anxiety.

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Parents may not realize they’re doing it, but sometimes our behavior contributes to our kids’ anxiety instead of helping it.

See how as parents we may be contributing to our kids anxiety.
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